What does one do when an article is so outrageous that it defies parody? I guess just throw up your hands and post. I give you Michael Shifter's magical world, in which "chronic governance difficulties" lead to "interruptions" in places like Honduras, and where Haiti's most recent coup took place in 1991, published as part of WHEMSAC's ("Western Hemisphere Security Analysis Center") report "Latin American Coups: Have They Vanished or Taken New Shapes?". You may ask, dear reader: "
Is the Monologue trying to be more like the DoD or does it just coincidentally work with groups that sound like WHINSEC https://www.benning.army.mil/tenant/whinsec/ and not object when SOUTHCOM sets ups sites like Diálogo: Forum for the Americas? http://www.dialogo-americas.com/
" Oh, SNAP! It's because WHEMSAC IS funded by SOUTHCOM. At Florida International University. At the ARC, the very same center of Strategic Culture Studies. With the same website http://whemsac.fiu.edu/ Who you workin' for, again, Monologue? Anyway, click title for original at their website: Can Coups Still Take Place in Latin America? http://www.thedialogue.org/page.cfm?pageID=32&pubID=2644
By Michael Shifter Western Hemisphere Security Analysis Center, April 20, 2011 This article was published as part of the Western Hemisphere Security Analysis Center's report, "Latin American Coups: Have They Vanished or Taken New Shapes?" The full report (PDF) can be read here. http://www.thedialogue.org/uploads/Andean/Latin%20American%20Coups%20PDF%2024%20March%202011%20%20MF.pdf
[Washington behind the Honduras coup: Here is the evidence http://links.org.au/node/1147